This was fantastic! I had two issues with this recipe: I used Tony Chachere's for the Cajun seasoning, and felt that the fish was over-salted. Also, the mayonnaise mixture came off of the fish when I flipped it. Is there is a way to bake it on a rack without turning the fish, and keep it crispy?
jnjhill Posted: 03/26/09
Jano1950 Posted: 12/07/09
This is an awesome recipe. It is the same one passed down over the last 5 generations. It is a true Southern staple. I would, and do make this, at least 6 times a year. Add some fried okra and turnip greens and you are eating a true Southern meal.
Bhamie Posted: 06/09/10
Great recipe. Tip to avoid having to turn the fish: bake at 450. Works great!
charoulli Posted: 08/04/12
Not only was this easy to make, it also tasted SUPER yummy! My husband doesn't care for broiled fish, so I wanted to make something for him to awaken his taste buds. He totally loved it and actually asks for me to make this for him! It's already in my recipe file :)